Europe | Feb. 3 2000

Pope makes gesture toward reconciliation

ROME — Pope John Paul II wrote a new chapter in the history of ecumenism recently by opening the Holy Door of a major Roman basilica together... [READ MORE]

Africa | Feb. 3 2000

Panel: Religious liberty threatened

In its first months of work, the U.S. Commission on International Religious Freedom has issued a series of statements detailing threats to religious... [READ MORE]

Africa | Feb. 3 2000

TWR adds programs, expands ministry

ABUJA, Nigeria — Audiences in Nigeria, India and the Baltic nations are the beneficiaries of expanded ministry by international Christian... [READ MORE]

Africa | Jan. 27 2000

Organization offers new life for old Bibles

How many Bibles are just sitting around in your house, on the back seat of your car or on dusty shelves at your church? Emily Filipi of Wetumpka... [READ MORE]

Europe | Jan. 27 2000

Recording of Lord’s Prayer reaches top

LONDON – Britain’s pop stars are fuming, but that’s not keeping a recording of the Lord’s Prayer off the top of the Billboard... [READ MORE]

Europe | Jan. 27 2000

Lehmann defends comments about pope

VATICAN CITY – Supporters of Pope John Paul II came to his defense after the Italian media reported that an influential German bishop had... [READ MORE]

Africa | Jan. 27 2000

Challenges great for IMB missionaries

Southern Baptist missionaries risked mounting persecution abroad – for daring to tell the world Jesus is the only way to peace with God.... [READ MORE]

Africa | Jan. 20 2000

Leaders oppose ‘sex exploitation’ definition

Several conservative leaders, including Southern Baptist official Richard Land and Campus Crusade for Christ President Bill Bright, are opposing... [READ MORE]

Europe | Jan. 6 2000

Greek police close evangelical radio station

ATHENS, Greece – An evangelical Christian radio station is Athens, Greece, has been closed and a retired pastor who helped run it was jailed... [READ MORE]

Africa | Jan. 6 2000

Group buys slaves, sets free

A controversial Christian human rights group based in Switzerland said it had bought the freedom of 5,514 slaves in Sudan during a secret mission.... [READ MORE]